thirtysix: review – january

Review 2012
Books
Rachel’s Holiday by Marian Keyes
Nikki and The Vampire by Yaritza Garcia
The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin.

Films
My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend
Babe
Horton Hears a Who
Couples Retreat
Conversations With Women
Les Misèrables

Television
Numb3rs (Season 1)
Dexter (S1EP1 and S5EP4 – I didn’t get on with it and gave up)
Doctor Who (David Tennant Specials into Matt Smith’s first episode).
Mrs Brown’s Boys (my crocheting friend introduced me. Not sure it would be my first choice but it was very funny)
Miranda
Call The Midwife (Season 2)

The Month in Bullets

  • Watched far too much TV, thankfully I balanced this out by spending my lunch breaks walking (and walking to collect the car from Chris instead of taking the bus – however I ended up with a mysterious bruise on the back of my leg and it kept aching.
  • MellyWho and I started what we’ve accidentally called “One Whole Year” – we’re blogging everyday for a year – hopefully by us both doing it we can keep each other on target.
  • Why is it sometimes that big heart felt deep and meaningful conversations can hurt the most – either because they are brutally honest or cause you to ponder over and over something you were trying to squish down and ignore.
  • I went to see Les Miserables with my Mum. It was awesome.
  • I got talking to some lovely ladies from Cambridgeshire about a bloggers meet up – loads take place in London but hardly any take place further afield.
  • I went to my first WI S&B session (alternate name – knit and natter)

2 comments

  1. jinglewho says:

    I like this simple idea of collating the information of a month. May try it myself, next time. Still baffled that January is over…

    • Hannah says:

      It’s really easy, I start mine as a draft post and then add all the information as I go along. Then around part way through the month it becomes a scheduled post so that even if I don’t add to it, it’ll still go live.

      I can’t believe it either! It’s crazy. That means we’ve been back at work like four weeks and it seems like ages lol.

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